Santa Vittoria is located in the gentle hills of the western Valdichiana in an intact and pleasant landscape.
The company was part of the Fattoria Granducale di Fonte in Ronco, established in 1651, from which it was spun off in 1864, when the cellar was built, which has remained intact in its structures but equipped with modern technologies for the production of quality wines.
It extends in a single body of about 80 cultivable hectares, of which 35 are vineyards, 36 are arable land, and there are also about 3000 olive trees.
In addition to the classic Tuscan and some international vines, also less well-known indigenous vines are cultivated including Pugnitello, an ancient Tuscan vine that was lost and found in 1981, of which the company has enhanced the great oenological qualities.
Santa Vittoria has also acquired experience in producing white and red wines with partially dried grapes, even in the vineyard, with controlled development of botritis, obtaining elegant and innovative products for the territory.
It produces an extra virgin olive oil which has been awarded multiple awards in international competitions and various types of pasta obtained with artisanal processes from ancient grains grown on the farm.